Being the Continuing Adventures of a Woman and her Trusty Kayak in New York Harbor, the Hudson River, and Beyond.
(with occasional political rants just to keep things lively!)
Aloha! Kaneala, Danny Kaleikini....Oh, sorry, too many commercials. Have a wonderful trip. Oh to be in tropical waters again!
Have a wonderful vacation!
Have a great trip, Bonnie!
Hey! How could you be in the Pacific when you are forming in the Atlantic?
Hariet Barrett was a life menber of the Stormville FD AUX. A native of Hawaii, she gave hula lessons at our square dances. Sadly she passed away so, when you get back we expect hula lessons!!!Dennis G
When you run out of things to do (ha!) try stand up paddle surfing...you're in Mecca (for windsurfing too, but basic SUPsurfing can be learned in an hour.)Aloha.
Bonnie,Mahalo for the memory spark!That first photo with one of the "mokes" in the background brought back some very fond recent memories. My daughter and her husband lived in Kailua. They had a condo about a ten minute walk to Kailua Beach and 15 to Lanikai.We went to visi=st them twice, each time for 2 weeks. Once in the summer and the second time over Christmas. I loved the lifestyle there. Paddled an OC-1, surfski, and was on aan OC-6.I've got several albums of photos, here's a teaser....http://travel.webshots.com/album/569508031VfSwVwAndy Szymczak
Oh Bonnie...I am SO happy for you! Soak it up, Girl and Okole Maluna. Can't wait to see more pics. Nothing like being home, huh?Malama Pono, Pua
Oh, god, yes yes yes. Nothing like it in the whole wide world. SO happy.
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